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Cloning:The Debate Lives On

Summary: Essay deals with the controversial issue of cloning. Views against cloning.
Human Cloning: The Debate Lives On

"Each human life is unique, born of a miracle that reaches beyond laboratory science." -President Bill Clinton

The debate over cloning, especially possible future cloning of human beings, is one of the most passionate and divisive controversies of our time. Will we soon be faced with a hundred Michael Jordans, a thousand Bill Gateses, or a million Saddam Husseins? This nightmarish image has suddenly become a very realistic possibility within our lives. Scottish scientist Ian Wilmut inaugurated a new chapter in science when he introduced the world to Dolly the land. The cloned lamb. A clone is a genetically identical copy of a living organism. Many organisms naturally reproduce by cloning, but humans have always reproduced sexually- meaning that a new human being is a mixture of its parents' genes. Cloned humans would be like identical twins, except that there could be...

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